Specialized Enduro Comp 29/6Fattie review

Specialized's cheapest Enduro is more capable than ever

Our rating 
3.5 out of 5 star rating 3.5
£2,999.00 RRP

Our review

The Enduro Comp offers stability and comfort on the roughest of trails but doesn't feel as taut or lively as it could do
Buy if, You want a comfortable big wheeler that'll handle the big hits without beating you up too much in the process
Pros: Well-balanced suspension, easy to set up, great tyres for a variety of conditions, new geometry makes a difference
Cons: Doesn't feel as precise or as accurate as others in this category, cheaper bikes come with the more refined Lyrik
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Product Specifications


Name Enduro Comp 29/6Fattie
Brand Specialized

Available Sizes S M L XL
Saddle Body Geometry Henge Comp, hollow Cr-Mo rails, 143mm
Wheelbase (in) 46.85
Top Tube (in) 22.99
Standover Height (in) 30.28
Seat Tube (in) 16.93
Chainstays (in) 17.05
Bottom Bracket Height (in) 13.62
Wheelset Roval Traverse 29 rims on Specialized hubs
Weight (kg) 14.92
Trail 10.7
Stem Specialized Trail, 45mm
Shifters SRAM GX, trigger, 11-speed
Seatpost Specialized Command Post IRcc, 125mm
Seat Angle 76.7
Rear Tyre Specialized Butcher GRID Gripton 2Bliss 29x2.3in tyres
Bottom Bracket Threaded BB, 24mm spindle
Rear Shock RockShox Monarch Plus RC3 with Autosag
Rear Derailleur SRAM GX, long cage, 11-speed
Head Angle 66
Handlebar Specialized DH, 800mm
Grips/Tape Specialized Sip Grip
Front Tyre Specialized Butcher GRID Gripton 2Bliss 29x2.3in tyres
Frame Material M5 alloy
Fork Offset 5.1
Fork RockShox Yari RC with 160mm (6.3in) of travel
Cranks RaceFace Aeffect alloy crank, 24mm spindle, 28t direct mount ring, 6000 series alloy
Chain KMC X11
Cassette SRAM XG 1150, 11-speed, 10-42t
Brakes SRAM Guide R (200mm/180mm rotors)
Frame size tested M